Cubex Pellets @ $270 a Ton ?

localbulldog Posted By localbulldog, May 4, 2008 at 11:12 PM

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  1. localbulldog

    localbulldog
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    A local dealer in Southern NH has Cubex Hardwood Pellets for $270 a ton- Good Price ? Good Pellet ?

    We have been using the premium New England wood pellet - anyone know how it compares ?

    Thanks ! :)
     
  2. mjbrown

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    localbulldog,
    i am in maine , and the last time i was at my supplier, cubex were 260 per ton.its understandable that the price is going to go up as the trucking outfits are getting the shaft with fuel prices.

    i liked the cubex alot, had no problems with them, very little sawdust. as far as how they are compared to newpies... right now, i bought 4 bags this weekend to get me thru the damp weather, and i like them. as with cubex, i see very little sawdust, no big clumps.

    i bought a few bags of energex at aubuchon last week, and thought they were no better, but more expensive.

    the cubex were much more to my liking, and i think i would buy them at 270 per ton without a second thought. as far as i am concerned, if the price of pellets went to 300 per ton, its still cheaper per heating season than burning oil. but thats just my opinion.

    mike
     
  3. localbulldog

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    Thank you for your comments. I bought 5 bags to try them out and noticed that there was NO sawdust at all.
     
  4. kilarney

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    I just bought a couple of bags. I think they are fantastic pellets - no sawdust whatsoever.

    The dealer in Lancaster, NH has them for $220/ton. He says that the price will most likely go to $230 in June and $250 in August.

    I did a little research on the pellets. They are made by a hardwood flooring manufacturer. The pellets are processed right at the same mill - thus this nice quality. There's very little room for contamination, etc.
     
  5. localbulldog

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